Summer Camp: Camp Mammoth

Camp Mammoth

Millions of years ago, giants roamed the earth. Sometimes standing more than 14 feet tall, mammoths and mastodons towered over the lands…and now they’re coming to Victoria.

This summer, campers will be on the lookout for these fascinating creatures. Campers will explore the feature exhibition Mammoths: Giants for the Ice Age and the collection areas, build mini-dioramas, dig for fossils and much more.

July 11- 15, July 18-22, July 25-29, August 8-12, August 15-19, August 22- 26
9 am – 4 pm
$244, before and after care available

Ages 7-11

Summer Camp: Mammoth Mornings

This morning camp is an opportunity for the littlest mammoths to roam the museum too. This play based camp will be surprising and fun, with long-ago creatures and learning around every corner.

August 8-12, August 15-19, August 22-26
9 am – 12 pm

Ages 5-6

Summer Camp: Living Sustainably

Living Sustainably- Then and Now Camp 2016

This week-long camp investigates the topic of sustainability in exciting, hands-on ways. Based at both the Royal BC Museum and the O.U.R. Ecovillage in Shawnigan Lake, campers will learn from objects and archival documents and from the land. The camp will be a fun and adventurous way to think of the many solutions needed to live a more sustainable life.

Three days of the camp are at the Royal BC Museum (Monday, Wednesday and Thursday), and two at the O.U.R. Ecovillage in Shawnigan Lake (Tuesday and Friday).

July 25-29
9 am – 4 pm

Ages 7-11

Transportation to and from Shawnigan Lake not provided

Spring Break Camps

Aspiring shutterbugs can develop their skills by participating in a photography-inspired camp. Campers will learn about photo composition and storytelling, venture to Beacon Hill Park to capture dynamic nature shots and explore the Royal BC Museum’s Natural History collection.

March 20–24 and 27–31  I 9:00 am – 4:00 pm

$224 per person

Ages 7–11

Get in Touch

Chris O’Connor
Learning Program Developer